Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
Piano Trio No 39 in G major,
"Gypsy" Hob XV/25 (1795)
Presto (Rondo all'Ongarese)
Frank Bridge (1879-1941)
3 Miniatures for Piano Trio, Set 3 (c1908)
Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904)
Piano Trio No 4 in E minor, Dumky Op90 (1890-91)
I Lento Maestoso (E minor & major)
II Poco Adagio (C# minor)
IV Andante Moderato (Quasi Tempo di Marcia)
(D minor and major)
VI Lento Maestoso (C minor and major)
Rialto Lounge will be selling sandwiches and drinks in the church after the concert.
Here's a lovely bright performance of the Haydn Piano Trio:
In this next piece the Monument Trio are videoing themselves in a sound check play-through of the Valse Russe from Bridge's Miniatures:
These three ladies playing the Bridge for the Young Virtuoso Festival have a very French church's acoustic to contend with:
And there's plenty of life in this family performance of the Saltarello (even if the piano disappoints):
As an interesting alternative, see what you think of this version of the Hornpipe, played by four guitar students:
Gill Herbert (violin)
Gill studied with Sydney Griller at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and won a scholarship to have lessons with Hugh Maguire in her 4th year. After leaving college she did a mixture of freelance orchestral playing and teaching, as well as have a family. Up until recently she led the Richmond Orchestra, and now enjoys playing with the Surrey Mozart Players and local chamber groups in and around Surrey.
Hilary Taylor (cello)
Hilary began her formal musical training as a Junior Exhibitioner at the Royal Academy of Music, subsequently becoming a full time student there in 1979. She studied cello with David Simpson and piano with Ivy Dickson and was awarded the Drummond Sharpe prize and the Herbert Walenn prize. As a cellist she has appeared throughout the country, both as an orchestral player and soloist. Currently she performs regularly with the Surrey Mozart Players and much enjoys being a member of chamber music groups, giving concerts in and around Surrey. In addition to her playing career, Hilary has also been in great demand as a teacher of both cello and piano.
Lynda Chang (piano)
Lynda studied piano for four years with Kendall Taylor at the Royal College of Music where she achieved a 1st class honours B.Mus. and was awarded the Tagore gold medal, RCM’s annual nomination for the most outstanding student of the year. Although her professional career was spent in the computer industry, Lynda has been able to return to music and is kept busy as soloist, accompanist, chamber musician, avid concert goer, opera fanatic and occasional reviewer.
And finally, here are links to each of the movements of Dvořák's Dumky Trio, played here by the Beaux Arts Trio (we only had time for four movements at the concert):